Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Course Highlights

The curriculum of 2018-20 is geared to embed Innovation, Execution and Social Responsibility as the key values in young managers’ mind. This is being done through core courses on Sustainability and Social Responsibility, Design Thinking and Organization Based Projects. 


Student managers would have the Major and Minor tracks to given them management education which is wide based and relevant in long term.


Major Tracks are in the areas of Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT and HR. Minor tracks are more niche and address contemporary areas like Marketing Analytics and research, Media and communication, Service Management Equity Research and Portfolio Management, Development Management and Consulting, IT Analytics etc.


Major and Minor tracks are designed to boost the placement prospects of the IMT graduates, not only from the perspective of gaining placement but also sustaining the same and growing in their careers.


Students would also have an opportunity to be a part of Entrepreneurial/Social/ Rural/ International immersion depending on the areas of their interest

Exams Taken
Work Experience
Not Applicable
Admissions Process

IMT shortlists candidates via their CAT 2017/XAT 2018 or GMAT (2014 onwards) score. Post shortlisting, there is a Critical Thinking, Group Exercise and Personal Interview Process (CT-GE-PI for final selection process for ‘IMT –Fit’ candidates:


Critical Thinking, Group Exercise and Personal Interview Process (CT-GE-PI):
IMT will conduct the CT-GE-PI process in February 2018 for shortlisted candidates from the IMT Common Application form for its final selection process. The process has the below three components:

  1. The Critical Thinking Test: After arrival and registration of the shortlisted candidates, there will be a 30 minute long Critical Thinking Test, which will evaluate the candidate on three parameters - critical thinking, written communication skills and innovation & creativity.
  2. Group Exercise: After the critical thinking test, the candidates will be formed into small groups and will perform a Group Exercise. The group will be given a problem to solve or a task to perform, which they must do together with discussion among group members. The candidate will be evaluated on four parameters – contribution of ideas, leadership potential, interpersonal skills and communication & attitude.
  3. Personal Interview: After the Group Exercise, the candidate will have a personal interview of approximately 15 minutes, during which he/she will be evaluated on four parameters: domain knowledge, communication skills, versatility (extra-curricular activities / general awareness), as well as values & maturity. Candidates With work experience will be additionally evaluated on the relevance of their work experience in relation to the PGDM program. 

The final merit of the candidate will be a cumulative weighted average which has the Academic Scores, Work Experience and the scores obtained during the CT-GE-PI process, on basis of which the campus and program/s are allocated.

Important Dates
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Interview & GD Process
Critical Thinking Test | Group Exercise | Personal Interview
Seats: Not available


Placement 2017

Average Salary: 11,60,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 25,92,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Deloitte, Credit Suisse, EY, Wipro Technology, PwC, Accenture, HCL, Blackrock, Cognizant, DE Shaw, Idea Cellular, Google, Trident, Bank of America, HPCL

Placement 2016

Average Salary: 10,58,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 21,17,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Deloitte, Credit Suisse, EY, Citi Bank, PwC, Accenture, HCL, Blackrock, Cognizant, Arcesium, United Breweries, Mother Dairy, Trident, Bank of America, Radico Khaitan